Who were the standout awardees this year? What airlines earned the coveted five star and world class ratings? Let’s delve into the highlights of the September 21, 2023 ceremony, held during the APEX/IFSA Global EXPO in Long Beach, California.
Controladora Vuela Compañía de Aviación, more commonly known as Volaris (NYSE: VLRS and BMV: VOLAR), the ultra-low-cost carrier serving regions including Mexico, the US, and Central and South America, revealed its preliminary traffic results for August 2023. Key highlights include: The company’s President and CEO, Enrique Beltranena, expressed his pride…
Ryanair has set aside its previous concerns over “the Danish labor model” and announced it will open a two-aircraft base in Copenhagen in December of this year.
In an impressive strategic move, PLAY Airlines has officially onboarded Emilio Chacon Monsant as their new Head of Ancillary Revenue. Emilio isn’t a new face in the airline industry. His career includes significant roles in the airline industry. He previously worked at Ryanair as their Head of Ancillary Revenue. His…
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etBlue Vacations Strengthens Ties with Florida Panthers, Reaffirming Commitment to the South Florida Community
Norwegian reports the highest capacity the airline has experienced this year. It marks a 12-percent increase compared to the same period last year.
JetBlue has showcased impressive financial performance by recording unprecedented quarterly revenues while maintaining a firm grip on cost control. TWU continues to object to Spirit acquisition.
Southwest Airlines is setting a new benchmark for in-flight retail experience, through a groundbreaking partnership with MOST, a trailblazing fintech company that is shaking up the retail and payment solutions space.
As part of its fleet modernization and sustainability strategies, Pegasus Airlines has made a game-changing move by placing an order for 36 new A321neo aircraft from Airbus. This latest procurement brings the airline’s total Airbus orders to 150, reinforcing its ongoing efforts towards environmental conservation, cost savings, and operational efficiency